He got to poke fun at a story reported by "Inside Edition" that Britney Spears, who went shopping like most mothers do, using a shopping list. The list contained; ginger ale, tomatoes, Lunchables, ham, orange juice 2% milk, bread and chicken. All items were spelled correctly, and even Lunchables was capitalized. Joel said it will be one disgusting smoothie. Joel complained that they did not tell viewers what was written on the back of the list; probably, nothing just like the non-news story IE reported.
Joel told the audience that he had never taken in a Dickensian orphan, but he imagined going to the work house and saw the kids on display, if one could pick out the least broken one. As Ryan Seacrest introduced the ten finalists of the guys from "American Idol," Joel stated that they forgot to tilt the camera down so America could see the three dwarves and the contestant who was just a head in a jar.
Josh Gad from "1600 Penn" and "The Book of Mormon" joined Joel on the set. When Joel told viewers that a fire at Vivid Entertainment, an adult film studio, fortunately did not destroy original and unedited celebrity sex tapes; nerdy Josh wanted to let his fans know that his sex tape called "Gad Bang" was safe from harm.
One of Joel's favorite guys to dish on is "Good Day New York's" Greg Kelly, and this week's episode was no exception, as Greg and co-host Rosanna Scotto spoke about the fashions at the Oscars. When Lara Spencer was featured interviewing an actress with a metallic gown, Greg shouted out that he went to high school with Lara. Joel sheepishly looked into the camera and said; "Liar! High school?"
The next segment; "Reality Show Clip Time," is always fodder for sarcasm. Joel told fans that on "American Pickers," they visited the home of "Grizzly Adams" star, Dan Haggerty. Mike Wolfe described a fantasy regarding a heavy medieval door that he wanted to buy from Dan. Mike stated that in his fantasy, Grizzly ripped the door off its hinges, and put this massive door on his shoulder and walked away. Joel told viewers, that of all his fantasies, 70 to 80 percent were about Grizzly Adams, the rest are about Father Murphy. However, when the pickers went to visit Dan, it was for a painting of him on a motorcycle. Joel pointed out that they missed the best painting; one of Jesus with a large open-mouth mid-laugh smile, hanging above them in the scene. Just then, Josh Gad appeared next to Joel with his mouth stuck wide open in laughter. Refusing to move, Joel asked the audience if it was Jesus or Josh Gad next to him?
Always looking for a groan, they spotlighted "Gay Shows, Alaska Edition," with the disclaimer, "show shown may not actually be gay." On the big season finale of "Gold Rush" in Alaska, Joel admitted that they re-edited the material to make it look like they are having gay sex. Revealing Jack Hoffman's unconventional plan from the bottom of the glory hole, they took the line Jack said; "We are not going to roast weenies, we want this sucker hot!" While Dave Turin was repairing mining equipment, he said as he was crouched down; "I want two guys in here and two guys outside putting nuts on." Todd Hoffman's line; "I got to get four loads," and Parker Schnabel's question to his driver; "How many loads are you at?" His reply of seventy brought another question from Parker; "Really?" As Dakota Fred was walking on the mine, the narrator said that Fred needed a massive eighteen inches, and Dustin replying that it was way more than he thought it would be. As Fred rocked back and forth in the cab of the excavator, the narrator said he is having a bear of a time busting through in this small sluice box; it's just too tight. When Dustin was in his excavator cab, he smiled and said; "it's getting a little tight in here, it makes me a little nervous." Fred's words; "oh, we're backing into some hard s*** in here; the hole is too tight." The narrator said; "they clear the blockage and restart the glory hole." Dave asked Todd; "what is going on?" Todd telling Dave; "you have a pretty mouth." The final narration; "three crews; one Motherlode," completed the innocent words of the gold miners in Alaska, as the splicers had a ball taking their words out of context because dirty minds can always use a good laugh on this episode of "The Soup."
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